The Books Project

January 1, 2000 AURELIS No Comments

Two standard books by Dr. Jean-Luc Mommaerts are being delivered to a growing number of highly important people ― mostly relevant profs or CEOs. Lisa results from ideas that are elaborated upon in both books and, of course, these blogs and more. The intention of this project is to strive for top-down awareness.

These are the two books (for more, see listing on Amazon):

This is the growing list of recipients:

  1. James Doty ― CCARE, Stanford, USA
  2. Michael Jenkins ― Human Capital Development Institute, Singapore
  3. Dirk Devroey ― VUB, Belgium
  4. Mustafa Suleyman ― Inflection, USA
  5. Reid Hoffman ― Inflection, USA
  6. Don Heider ― Markkula Center for Applied Ethics, Santa Clara Univ., USA
  7. Fei Fei Li ― H-AI, Stanford, USA
  8. Bruce Feldstein ― Primary Care and Population Health, Stanford, USA
  9. Geoffrey Hinton ― University of Toronto, Canada
  10. Terrence Sejnowski ― Salk Institute, USA
  11. Eric Topol ― Scripps Translational Science Institute, USA
  12. Bill Gates ― Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, USA

We use this short notice in communication: “Dear xx, please accept these books as a gift. I’ve sent you an e-mail about it. For more information, please google my name or AURELIS / Lisa. I hope you enjoy the reading, Jean-Luc Mommaerts, MD, MAI, PhD”

If you would like to see these books being sent to other high-level people, please let us know (incl. their email and mail address) through an email to

Many thanks!

The AureLisa Team

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